Exploratory Courage

I hear adventure is for those with the courage to explore.

We all have this courage as it is just human nature.

Risk mitigation and risk aversion are your only hindrances: It’s also human nature to use our intellect to imagine possible scenarios. Often these are based on past experience and vague instincts, and so, often exploration is avoided for fear or anxiety founded not on wisdom, but uncertainty. Know your exploratory realm enough to have confidence you’ll be better off making certain of the uncertain, and to have fear only in missing out on the adventure. If you never explore, then you’ll never quash the uncertainty, begetting further uncertainty. To explore is to emboldening as to ignore is to stagnating.

Wether you’re certain or not… And whether it’s exploring ideas, landscapes, cultures, or your own mind…

Explore!

3 Comments

  1. I have had many adventures in my life and have taken years off work to live remote, homestead the jungle, work range cattle, hike the crest trail, etc. Never quit. Die trying. Love every moment. Fear nothing. People often say they would like to do that. They rarely do. Take a chance and stay out of debt. The world is out there waiting!!

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  2. Perfectly explained! I can’t stop exploring the possibility of my dreams coming true. Impossible possibility and possible impossibility. Either way… imagination is key. There is no limit to that and to many adventures of a lifetime. 😉

    Love this post!

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  3. ” Know your exploratory realm enough to have confidence you’ll be better off making certain of the uncertain, and to have fear only in missing out on the adventure.” I would like to learn more about exploratory realms. I hope you will write more on this.

    Thank you for sharing such an inspiring post!

    Theresa

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